Sunday, March 30, 2014

Place Review: Make a Cake And Feed the Giant Noob

Ok so today, I'm going to review 'Make a Cake and Feed the Giant Noob' by thebenster, which is a game that I recently found and it recently got a million plays. You may think that this sounds boring but wait; read this review first before you make any opinions about the game.

Without further ado, let's begin.

When you first arrive into the game, you will see some bricks otherwise cake batter behind you. Take one and put it through the first 3 stations and then watch your rectangular brick first turn into a cylinder, then to white colour and after that to a proper shape of a cake.

Now here comes the awesome part. You can choose which temperature you want to bake your cake - low, normal or high. Depending on what you want, the colour of your cake will be different. Then, you move on the frosting section. There are 16 frostings, which means you can use your creativity to design the ideal cake for yourself. After that, you can finish off your cake with 5 toppings or with nothing at all.

Finally, you can give your cake to the giant noob and let him eat it. It's so amazing to see how much fun you could get by experimenting with different frostings and toppings. Did you know that there are 306 combinations in the game? It would take somebody hours just to make everything. But that's not all! You can actually make yourself a cake and even feed yourself to the giant noob (and watch yourself get digested). That is simply great and I found out that other people like it too since the moment I arrived at the game, there were already people who had became cakes (actually monsters) themselves.
Walking cake monster

There are other things to do other than making cakes though. You can go to the museum to look at some 'cake legends', go to the control room to control (well, sort of) the giant noob or just go to the shop and buy a variety of items. There is also a bonus room where you can become a cake monster. But what really impressed me most was the mini obstacle course. It is spilt into 4 parts, which was well made in my opinion, especially the 3rd part. And to sweeten the deal, if you manage to complete the obby without dying, you can get a good amount of money. Impressive indeed. Also, if you are wondering why there is a VIP room but there is no VIP pass available for purchase, that's because it used to be on sale but it was removed recently.

To summarise, this game may not be for everyone, but it certainly impresses and you should be able to have a great time playing it unless you don't like cakes. That's it from me today, see you soon!
Click here to play the game
Click here to view the creator, thebenster